Former World Champion Damon Hill has admitted that he is a fan of the controversial double points rule.
The rules change, which allows for double points to be awarded for the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi, has come under much criticism, with Hill's Sky Sports colleague Martin Brundle labeling the concept as "an answer to a question nobody was asking" and current Drivers' Champion Sebastian Vettel branding it "absurd".
Hill, on the other hand, is unsure what the fuss is about and believes the rule simply means the season's final race will serve as the season's 'final'.
"Personally, I don't see what the story is about. Winning the World Championship is the...
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